Fairfield Inn St. Louis Collinsville, IL
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... stadium is one I remember the name of!
We saw the Archway, but no way would I clmb that. It's actually quite tricky to get ...
... found a PBR and Schlitz glasses. So, the search is over...we now have 8 glasses. Alleluia! We found lots of other interesting things there too but we parted with only the glasses. I've attached a few of the items for you to see.
We are now getting ready to head to the game. Our hotel is 6 miles from the stadium. The concierge said that should take us about 45 minutes with the traffic. Not bad...same as Philly. Have a good night. ...
... the middle of nowhere. The small towns that you pass through come and go very quickly. We stopped for lunch at a classic roadside diner in Dwight. The staff we really friendly and asked us to sign their guest book (Bobby G - your mission is to find my entry in the guest book when you are here in Sept!). I ordered a ham and turkey sandwich which came on French toast with melted cheese - it also came with a jug of Maple Syrup!!!!!! Apparently it's the American way! ...
... using 'like' every 15 seconds, then got to tour the brew house. The brew house is also incredibly ornate, with the mashers and kettles encased within iron lattiework, also with chandeliers.We then went into the packaging plant and saw the MASSIVE bottling and labelling plant. Very, very loud.
When we had finished we got to go and have some free beer! Woo hoo. Most of them were new beers to try out, though they did have Bud and Stella on tap for the ...
... after fleeing Nazi
Washington University is technically just outside the Saint
Louis city limits in the suburb of University City but is considered the top
university in the area. Washington is actually one of the top universities in
the United States in terms of test scores, admissions selectivity, research
activity, and number of professors associated with a university who have won
Nobel prizes. I thought ...